2017 continues to be a banner year for The Los Angeles Film School

Online College Plan, a resource for students looking to make their college decisions, has ranked The Los Angeles Film School as having the #1 film program in the city, amidst fierce competition from USC, UCLA and the American Film Institute. With dozens of accredited schools in LA county, choosing which school to attend can be a daunting and arduous process. We are proud to have been selected as the best choice for those looking to pursue a career in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles.

Using a tried-and-true approach, Online College Plan ranks schools each year based on available technology and facilities for student-use, accreditation, retention and graduation rates. We pride ourselves on our location in the heart of Hollywood, where our programs reflect today’s entertainment industry, as well as our numerous studios, labs and a theatre that hosts live Q&A’s with writers and directors including James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Drew Goddard (The Martian), and Meg LeFauve (Inside/Out, Captain Marvel).

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Here is a breakdown of the Best Film Schools in Los Angeles, ranked by Online College Plan

1. The Los Angeles Film School (Los Angeles, CA)
2. University of Southern California – School of Cinematic Arts (Los Angeles, CA)
3. American Film Institute Conservatory (Los Angeles, CA)
4. University of California Los Angeles – School of Theater, Film, and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
5. California Institute of the Arts – School of Film/Video (Los Angeles, CA)
6. Relativity School (Los Angeles, CA)
7. New York Film Academy – Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
8. California State University Northridge – Department of Cinema & Television Arts (Northridge, CA)
9. Art Center College of Design – Pasadena (Pasadena, CA)
10. Loyola Marymount University – School of Film and Television (Los Angeles, CA)

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